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THE DIAMOND CODE [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

~~~ThE DIAMOND CODE \ j By MRS. A. M. WILLIAMSON I ! Finely-blended, Story of Love, Adventure and Intrigue. j j .. Author of 'Her Silence, ' 'The Ferfume of Eve.-' '? Behind -? | . Double Doors,' Etc. ?- | . - ?...* PRINCIPAL CHARACTERS. SIE WILLLiVM, SAKENHAM: Foreign Secretary. LADY MAUREEN DARKWOOD: His niece: lovely, -popular^ and rich BQSE TILDEN: Lady Maureen's stepsister. Sho is slightly deformed .and : hor, defect lias soured her. (DEVLIN 'MALLORY: 'Bcittcr known as 'Dovil' , Mallory : a giobo-trotter and an ex-Secrgt Service man.' ] : J ,\:RTH[JR ^VINANS: ^AVar correspondent of a famous newspaper-: an ex Secret Service man also and Mallory 's chum. ARLETTA, GLEJroVA: A beautiful Polish dancer aiid a. spy. GUIDA DI SERBELLONI: An impoverished Italian nobleman: in lovo with Lady Mauroen. 'Yes, . we have,' , answered Lady i Sakenham, surprised and a little al armed, bccauSp sho was aware ' that something' rather' secret' (she didn't linow what) -was to take place -in -her Iigu...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOOBALL SHOOTING YOUNG MAN DIES ON WAY TO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

MOOBALL SHOOTING YOUNG MAN DIES ON WAY TO HOSPITAL. Hearing tlie report of a gun outside their liOUBO at Mooball about three o'clock on Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. D. Godfrey ran on to the verandah and found their son, Alfred (28), lying On tho floor with a gunshot wound in tho abdomen. „ Tweed District Ambulance and a . doctor were hastily su'mmoned and | I Superintendent A. E. Benstead made 1 a fast trip to tho Godfrey home. Tho ' young man died, however, whilo being transported to Murwillumbah. i A shot-gun was found lying in tho garden adjacent to the verandah. It is believed Godfrey rested tho gun on the verandah rail and when it was discharged tho gun fell into tho gar don,

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
STOCK AND CROP RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

STOCK AND CROP RETURNS. , , 'ti Farmers aro reminded that tho tillio ' has 0110 again arrived for the annual Police collection of the Stock and Crop Returns. Fornig arc now avail able at tho Mullumbimby Police Sta tion. and Del-sons inf-ciwlin.r t,. these returns aro requested to attend at the Police Station on Saturday mornings. ' Tho Census Act, 1901, provides that 'anv. person who lieglccts ar fails to furnish a return is liable to a I'enalty^jXl not exceeding £20,' ^

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

SPECIALS AT BRYERS . FOOR A LIMITED PERIOD ONLY KRAFT, 2oz. PEANUT PASTE and KRAFT 2 02. CELERY CHEESE . ..Usually 9d. AT BRYERS' SIXPENCE for the two' Other KRAFT LINES stocked: Kraft Cheddar Cheese. | Sweet -;GHERKIN Relish. Bonehovy. Vegemite. Rabbit and Bacon. Pastes, Chicken and Ham, etc., , Get 'it' down at Bryers', or i* 'g®t hit -up' elsewhere. SALMON: Sin all 9d. arid 1/3; Large 1/3, and 1/10. . HERRINGS in Tomato Sauce: Small 7d; Large lOd. Sardines- i/icths, 5 for 1/-. SNACKS, 5 for 1/-. MADAM CRAB, 1/0. ASPARAGUS TIPS, 10} oz., 1/8 ASPARAGUS' CUTS, 8d. SWEET CORN, 10oz., 7d. Last, but not least, EOCKLEIGH CHEESE, 1/ Per lb. WISE BUYERS PATRONISE BRYERS' — ? ? ? ; — ; ? — i THE 1936 CONSOLE GRAND STROMBERG CARLSON RADIO .For tho first time in Australian ra dio history a series of Radio Receiv ers lias met with complete consumer acceptance. Not one or two, but ev ery feature in this remarkable series of Receivers has been acclaimed, and in oach model there is visiblo the w...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLY WEEK BISHOP CARROLL'S MESSAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

HOLY WEEK BISHOP CARROLL'S MESSAGE. The following letter was read in all Catholic Churches of tlio Diocese of ijismore on Sunday last, the message being from the pen of Bishop Carroll of Lismore. 'Our Redemption by Christ our S:iviour was accomplished during the last few days of Hig life. Just six dayB before His death on Palm Sun day He ma le His triumphant, ontrance into Jerusalem. Oil Spy Wednesday Judas settled the terms of the betray al of his Master. On Holy Thursday Christ instituted the Sacrament of the Blessed Eucharist, tho manifestation of perfect love. That same evening the beginning of the Passion took place in the Garden of Gothsemane, In return for His love one of the Twelve completed the bargain and be trayed Josus His SAvious with a kiss the pre-arranged sign. 'Whomsoever I shall kiss, that is He, hold Hin- fast.' From that moment until He yielded up His snul on tho Cross Christ was in the hands of Hig enemies. HOLY WEEK. From the early days of tho Chu'rch tho last ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BYRON BAY DIGGERS [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

BYRON BAY DIGGERS Mr. S.- A. Ellis prosided over tho ' mooting of Byron Bay Diggers held 011 Thursday night. .'There was an at oi' 2(i members, including Mr. 1. Elliott (secretary) and Mr. A. Munro (treasurer), * ANZAO DA.Y CELEBRATIONS. It was decided to conduct a united sorvice in connection with Auzae Day at 3 o'clock 011 Sunday. Wreaths will bo laid 011 the Memorial Gates' fol lowing the service, Diggo'r.. MeCoulrick' offered to don ate a pennant to tlie sub-branch, and this was -accoptod with appreciation., Tho pennant will bo flown at tho Memorial Gates 011 Anzac Day and the following day (Sunday}'.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

V AT. MaBlam^ A exclusive Range of Dress Materials is now opened, Smart for Day or Even ing Wear & all moderately priced Printed Geoigettes in new floral designs on light grounds 10/6, 13/6, 1 4/6 length Printed Moracains 36' good designs from 5/1 1 length . Printed Kobe Crepes quite new and good wearers from 11/6 length Matalasse new weaves in very smart color 'ings 11/6 length Cloque Imperial white & dusty pink Moireton 36' blue only 2 / 1 1 yd; Printed Taffeta on grounds of pink, blue lemon and green, 5 yarbs , 10/ Plain Wool de Chenes in black brown navy and cream 3/11 yard Fancy Flannels in good shades 3/II, 4/6 Plain Dress flanels in good shades and in excellent quality 29' 2/9, 36' 3 /II Fancy Suiting 54'' Suitable Skirts 9/IIyd. Fancy Coating Tweed 54'' 8/II yd. Cotton Tweeds Check ~ designs in wine brown and blue 36' 1/6 yd. Woollen Dress Lengths from 3/9 Fancy wool-de-chene 36' in bottle green jubilee blue navy & black 4/1 1 yd* BUTTONS BUCKLES BRAI...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

PERSONAL Mrs..' Roy Pritchard (Sydnoy), who. has been holidaying in the Mullum bimby district for tho last three months, returned homo during the week-end, ? ' ' Aid. ,W. Arnold sponsored motions of sympathy to the relatives, of. the late A. W. Chow and 'Wililam Bower last night. Mr. Chew, Aid. Arnold statod, had been an alderman and also served a time in the Mayoral chair. Tho late William Bower, the Mayor said, had been responsible for the in troduction of pure Jersey stock to the Brunswick district. The motions were carriod, all present standing in silence. At tho meeting of Byron Shire Council this morning, tho President (Cr. R. E. Walker) also referred to the death of Mr. W. Bower and men tioned. the valuable' services rendered bv him in past years as a Shiro Coun cillor. Crs. Banner and Armstrong supported their President and a motion of sympathy with the widow and members of the family was carried. Mrs . Frank Buckley, of Boathar bour, and her small son, is visiting Mullumbim...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FACTORY AM ALGAMATION BANGALOW P.P.U. OPPOSED. OPINION DIVIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

FACTORY AMALGAMATION BANGALOW P.P.U. OPPOSED. OPINION DIVIDED. A' proposal to amalgamate all co-operative butter and bacon 1 'factories in the Tweed, Richmond and Clarence River districts, was ' disc'usse.l at last week's meeting of the Bangalow P.P.U. Mr. S. Cook (secretary) considered that a common selling floor might be possible overseas if amalgamation were possible. Mr. E. Dudgeon expressed tho op inion that to his mind amalgamation had not proved itself a wonderful suc cess anywhere as yet.' Mr. E. -T. Lawlcr considered that amalgamation increased overhead gist's and severely criticised tho grow ing cost of general managers to Norco. Mr. Cooke: Men holding comparable position in private concerns receive twice ? as much . . Criticism was also mado on .retiring nimintrnrs rneeivinir monetary consid eration at' the time of severing their connection with organisations. ?Mr.. E. J. Cook considered that am algamation was the right thing as it helped to lower all costs by spreading t...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONTROL PLANTINGS £5 TAX OVER 20 ACRES. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

CONTROL PLANTINGS £G TAX OVER 20 ACRES. ; At a meeting of Brunswick Ban ana; Growers hold in the Memorial School of Arts on Saturday last, Mr. T. Mott sponsored a move to ?rccomm nd' the Marketing Board to brng about legislation for a : tax. of £5 iter ''acre to bs imposed,' on all plantations in excess of 20 ' acre-. ? ..... The idea of the proposal is to pre vent 'speculators from taking up big ?? areas ah operating' them with choap labour and causing an. overporduc tion of fruit. ? : Mr. J. Learmont seconded and the motion was carriod. ~ Mr. F. 'W. Stuart claimed' that bet ter results would be obtained if the Government restricted iilnntings and 1 only gavo permission to plant on 'land which was suitable' and on a similar basis to tho conditions now applying ? to tlie ' sugar indu'stry.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BIG CRICKET NORTH COAST TEAM SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

BIG CRICKET NORTH COAST TEAM SELECTED. I The following team has been select ed; to represent the North Coast against the Toombul cricket team at Byron Bay during Easter: W- Beilly, A. McLoiinan, L. Cross, J. Rose, J. Thickctt (Byron Bay), R. E. Bu'dd, J. Kilroy, R. Arkinstall (Mullumbimby), Dennis,' McGuire (Clunes), A. Nolan and K. Flemrning (Kyogle)

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL BYRON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

PERSONAL BYRON BAY. Mr. Montague Smith, Byron Shiro Engineer, left for Sydney 011 Satur day, whero lie will attend tho annual Engineer's conference Mrs. Cyril Halpin left for Sydney . ii Saturday, whore sho will spend a vacation. Mrs. Bella Reilly, of Byron Bay, was nmong tho_ Eastor visitors travel ing to Sydney on Saturday. Mr. Gilbert Ainsley, of Byron Bay, is spending his annual vacation in Sydnoy. Mr. George Campbell, who has been holidaying with his people, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKenzie, loft for Sydney on the S.S. Wollongbar, on Saturday.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WHO'S WHO [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

WHO'S WHO f j The many friends of tlio Rev. and Mrs. Clias. Keir' will fie interested to hear that they- liavo just answered-, a call to the Presbyterian; charge at'. Muswdlbrook. r Tho liev. Keir was 1 stationed at Byron Bay for some time land Mrs. Keir will be remembered as Miss Ednrt Flick, of Ewingsdalc. Several pooplo are ' taking advant age of the beautiful .weather to riio'tor to Sydney for the Eastor Show. Mr. aiid Mrs. G; 'H. Flick left' on Saturday for tho southern city. - Wliilo wp quite expect to hour' of b.-okon limbs and phiistly acciclents 'on tl: 0 croquet lawns aiul bowling gerens it comes as a shock when we learn of accidents, on the tennis court. Last week when MiBS Eileen Tilghman was p'aying a really fino gamp and gett ing in some quite Mile. 'Su'snnne Long leu strokes, she had the mifortuno to sVp which resulted in the misplace i)7 nt of her collar-bone.. Bad luck, Eileen! but wo hope to sec you back 011 the courts within tho next few weeks.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNGER SET CHARITY DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

YOUNGER ^SET | CHARITY DANCE. The Flannel. Dance organised! by : , Byren Bay Younger Set on Satur- ,r . day night in aid of the . Schneider fanr'ly waJ; successful both finan cial y and socially. # - Byron Bay pooplo certainly rallied to the occasion and 110 expenso what soever was necessary for. tho function. During the evening novelty dances were '.won by Miss Wilson and Mr.' N. :Halpin, Mrj. I-Ialpin ,and Mr. Jack Payne arid' Miss Jean McDonald and ' , Mr. '' Snow Rays. ? ? ' ; At' the conclusion of tho dance, Mr.* Adamson, on uenalf of Miss' Schrieideiv 'thanked tho Younger Set, the danc- ' ;erg and everyone tlia^.had. contributed tothe dance. ?. .T. .. . . , I The net! amou'nt to date accrued is. £8/14/-, but it is expected. that se\-- oral . more ^donations will be received Donations woie received from Mos srs Fotor, Adamson, Egan, BryersV Gibson, Austin'^ Long, Harris, Riley' Goodrich, Halpin, Browne, Arthur, L'eq Ryan, Andrews, Moulton, Poolmany 'and Kcaly. 0

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MULLUMBIMBY DIGGERS AT IT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

MULLUMBIMBY DIGGERS AT IT AGAIN. In this issue is pubnsned a pre liminary advertisement in coiui.c tion Wich the g.and novelty enter tainment to be promoted by tlie local uiggers in aid of tlie I'.iJ. Soldiers and Sailors' Fund. , A3 Aiuac Day falls 011 a Saturday i ? t wiis considered impracticable to hold the usual entertainment on that night and it was therefore decided to pro mote a concert and make a small charge of 1'/- witli the object of male mg ,t-0 to be donated as the sub urancii'a share towards the T.B. effort this year. There is no more worthy cause than that to assist the T.B. (soldiers' who 111 hundreds of cases have 110 other outlook than ' await their call. The .ocal diggers therefore, ask anyone ^ who eau afford 1/- to buy a ticket ovtn if they aro unable to bo present at the entertainment. Arrangements are well in hand to supply a first class programme of mel ody, ; soiigd, sketches and humour. An orchestra of eight players has promis ed its services to assist in ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
P. & C. ASSN. BYRON BAY BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

P. & C. ASSN. BYRON BAY BRANCH. There was a good attendance at the last meeting' of the Byron Bay Par icnts' and Citizens' Association, the president (Mr. W. Goodwin) being in the chair. Mr. B. Mclnnes reported that his wife; was unable to accept tho position of treasurer to which she had been olected at the annual meeting. Her resignation was accepted and Mr. H. Mclnnes olocted in her place. Mr. Woodward reported that a good football team had been formed last .ifsason. and had. been formed by- Mr; Hodge. This team had played home ^ a::d home matches with Mullumbimby . '.Rural Scliool (Primary Department) and had won on ;each occasion. A eric hot team had been formed at the be ginning of the' present season and had y functioned up to the end of the year ' when most of the' members had, as usual, 'left for other schools and the ' team had to be allowed to lapse, At this season of the. year the children were keen on practising such athletics as would assist them in winning eve...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

NOTICE BE AMONG THE THRIFTY BUYERS AND SHOP AT i S GARDNER & SON Coupons given with every Sixpence spent. Our Coupon System is ^niv alont to a 2j per cent, discount on , Cash Purchase*. A MAN LOOKS BETTER IN A HAT Especially if it is Up to the Minute HALPIN'S Byron Bay's Leading Drapers Have just opened aii indont of famous . . . BATTERSBY WHICH IS A LEADING ENGLISH HAT. In Three Smart Shapes and Pour Shades. Soe theso and you'll say ' thoy are snappy. Price 30/ Also a full range of AKUBRA, at . . . ? ? 22/6 & 17/6 Pure FUB/ SILK LINED. .. .. ......... -v I27IX & 15/6 HENDERSON WOOL HATS .. ? - 8/il HENDERSON WOOL HATS (Boys') .. ... .. .. ..' ? ?? ?? 6/6^ HENDERSON WOOL HATS (Youths) ? ?? v ?? ' 6/11 HALPIN'S ?i 'i'I .i ? ?? 1 .? i ^ j t yg ? i \ '

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

'- . ? ? ~ 1' Announcing .... BANDMASTER : G. E. RADIO for 1936 14 BEAUTIFUL NEW MODELS Paraded for your inspection ? ' at ? E. R. MOULTON'S Byron Bay Phone 1 5 I ? SOLE AGENT FOR BYRON BAY-BANGAtOW DISTRICTS. Where over 150 G.E. RADIOS are Giving Joyful SATISFACTION to PROUD OWNERS, fleo the Wonderful New .Features: Climate Proof Cabinets of . Exolusivo Boallty, Slide Rule DWg, Floodlit! — Perfectly and Charmingly illuminated. ? .VALVES: Micro-Soi\aitivo R&dlotrons and ew Mejial VftlVfls. PRICES FROM 1 5/15/- Easiest Terms v j SPECIAL I , - j ... ..We have on hand, several recent- ? i,. ? | G.E. Sets slightly used and going at i Very Reduced Prices. ; ' ' \ DOES A REAL BARGAIN , ' INTEREST YOU ? ! 6 Valve G.E.. Cabinet for £3 and 4/ per week. JUST CALL AND SEE US. 1 .1 f1'1' , - ' ' *' ' - ' $ v , \ v mI a ' New Fashions may l'oaiure new I n f ? 4- I/? fullness, but don'l lel tnat delude \ I I ' \ r~L you irito thinking tliai, you need y jj no - longer worry about, a 1 I f ...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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CLUSTER PACK OPERATION DEFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

? ? ^ , « nnw© CLUSTER PACK OPERATION DEFERRED. Replying to a question by Mr. Carl Brooker at the meeting of banana g.owerg held in Mullumbimby on Sat urday last, Mr. H. A. Stevenson, chair man of the Marketing Board, said that although it was hoped to put the operations of tho cluster pack into op eration early this month, they would be delayed until May or June. Mr. Stevenson explained that by then booklets would bo available ex plaining to growers the correct meth od of marketing bananas in the clus ter pack. It was proposed to hold field days and the system would come into operation systematically throughout tho State. - 1 . :? ? ?'itf' Explaining the benefits of tlie clus ter pack, Mr. Stevenson said it elim inated squirter and black end, and tho fruit would open up 011 the market in a more attractive condition.

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BELONGIL OUTLET PERMANENT SCHEME UNDER CONSIDERATION. ENQUIRIES BEING MADE BY ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — Mullumbimby Star and Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate — 7 April 1936

BELONGIL OUTLET PERMANENT SCHEME UNDER : CONSIDERATION. ENQUIRIES BEING MADE BY ? ENGINEER. : ! The Engineer (Mr. M. Smith) of Byron Shire/ Council, who is at ' jprejent in Sydney will go into the matter of the possibility of having ia permanent outlet built for tho Bolongil.Crcok. It is hoped that such a scheme will be possible or that at least soma form of| im provement will be available. . Tho matter was brought before the Council by the Byron Bay- and Dis trict Improvement Committee, which body declared that tho present trouble was a disgrace. ? Cr. Banner stated that unless the Association were prepared to foot the ball, the Shiro Council .was not in a position to go to such heavy expense as would be necessary. In a report to the Council, the En gineer reviewed the- -recent trouble and stated that' it was useless to try and release the wator before tho ?eas subsided. While in Sydney, tho re port continued, Mr. Smith will go in to tho matter of concrete cylinders, which may or m...

Publication Title: Mullumbimby Star And Byron Bay-Bangalow Advocate
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